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The top 10 Android app stores in China in 2017

We’ve updated for 2018. Check out this year’s list here. While Apple continues to have their struggles in China, Android-powered smartphones are picking up the slack. Unfortunately, Google isn’t doing so well in China either. This means that if Android users want to download applications, they must rely on app stores operated by local players. The app […]

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China’s underground anime fan culture is changing how brands market in China

Some Chinese tech firms get all the attention. BATJ, Xiaomi, ofo, and all the “sharing economy” startups have dominated headlines over the past few years. However, there is another group of companies who choose to keep a relatively low profile but are nonetheless an important part of China’s ever-growing tech landscape. Bilibili might be a lesser-known name […]

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Live from TechCrunch – How can a foreign hardware company enter China?

Shenzhen, the Silicon Valley in China, is becoming a must-destination for the foreign hardware startups to start their business. On the other hand, Chinese startups are starting from Shenzhen and expanding to global markets, such as educational robot kit Makeblock, drone maker DJI, and smartphone manufacturer Huawei. In the panel “Startup in Shenzhen”, Benjamin Joffe, Partner […]

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And the ChinaBang 2017 Awards go to …

It’s that time of the year again: the festive weekend for Chinese techies, startup entrepreneurs and investors alike. ChinaBang Awards, an annual ceremony recognizing the best startups in China, is on the go. To continue last year’s initiative in finding out the amazing startups nationwide- not just 1st tier cities, this year’s ChinaBang Award ceremony […]

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Here’s what you can learn from China’s biggest startup failures of 2016

As billionaire investor Warren Buffett once said, “It’s only when the tide goes out that you know who’s been swimming naked.” China’s overly heated venture capital market has spawned numerous startups in 2015, but as dramatic funding slowdown hit the country in 2016, Chinese startups are facing a bleak funding prospect and even once-hot companies are struggling to survive the […]

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